09.23.2008 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
2nd Sense adds Euphonix S5 Fusion to meet increased 5.1 demand

UK-based 2nd Sense Broadcast has installed the nation’s first Euphonix S5 Fusion digital mixing audio system.

The new 24-fader, 78-channel system with EuCon DAW control of a Pyramix digital audio workstation is housed in Theater A at the facility’s newly opened post house.

Established 11 years ago, 2nd Sense serves diverse markets from children’s television to TV shows, such as “Later with Jools Holland.” A major factor driving the addition of the Euphonix system was growing demand for 5.1 surround for broadcast, said Richard Sillitto, senior dubbing mixer at 2nd Sense.

The Euphonix S5 Fusion is a digital audio mixing system specifically designed for audio post-production and music applications. Its EuCon high-speed Ethernet control protocol extends the control capabilities of the console beyond the dedicated DSP cores to the outside world, bringing any DAW tracks onto the console surface for full control during mixing.

For more information, visit www.euphonix.com and www.2ndsense.co.uk.

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